Bungled Video Review Reveals Flaw in NHL Rulebook

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Back in 1838 when Zdeno Chara was cutting his teeth with the Kentucky Thoroughblades of the American League, Charles Dickens wrote a book called Oliver Twist, who is not to be confused with Tony Twist, who came along about 150 years later and accumulated more than $3 million in career earnings for his unique ability to punch people in the face. In the book, a character named Mr. Bumble is told that the law supposes that his wife acts under his direction. To which he responds, “If the law supposes that, the law is a ass – a idiot.”